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Commercial Driver Courses
At Center for Employment Education, we take care to provide our customers high quality services personalized for their unique needs. Our staff can assist you in scheduling a program that is right for you depending on your background and experience.

We provide a variety of CDL Training and Testing services:
Industry Standards
In order to be employed as a truck driver, a DOT Physical is required by State and Federal law for all CDL applicants. An applicant must be at least 21 years of age to operate in interstate commerce or *19 years of age to operate in intrastate commerce at the time of application and must have held a valid drivers license for at least one year.

As of October 10, 2014 it is a requirement to have a CDL permit in your possession for a minimum 14 days after date of issuance, before a road skills test can be performed.
CDL Training & Testing Programs
Individual Courses
One-on-one individualized hands-on training and road skills testing to obtain a CDL A, B, or C in your own vehicle or ours.
3-Week Fast Track
Accelerated classroom and hands-on training program to prepare for and obtain a CDL A. 
6-Week Basic Driver
A PTDI nationally certified extensive course with a variety of classroom and hands-on training to prepare for and obtain a CDL A. 
Long Commercial Vehicle
Graduate training for the experienced professional driver with a minimum 6 months Group A driving experience prior to training.
*Effective November 26, 2015 - Commercial Driver License (CDL) Eligibility
A person under 21 years of age is not qualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle transporting hazardous materials for which a placard is required (HazMat Endorsement), or a commercial vehicle used to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver (Passenger Endorsement).
This is an existing Federal Regulation that has been adopted by the State of Alaska effective 11/26/15.
*Effective October 2016- NEW Commercial Driver License (CDL) Requirement
Alaska is actively complying with Federal Law that requires commercial drivers to prove they are a lawful Permanent Resident or U.S. Citizen.
You must have one of the required 6 legal documents with you when making any transactions at DMV that requires a change to your record. This only effects your Commercial Driver License or Permit.  For full details go to Alaska DMV or their web link.